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200 up for Pakistan
Pakistan crosses 200-run mark after Imam-Ul-Haq dismissal. PAK need 61 runs in 68 balls.
Pakistan need 110 from 114 balls
PAK need 110 from 114 balls at 5.79 runs per over. The score is 157/2 after 31 overs. Imam 74* Hafeez 6*.
50 for Imam-Ul-Haq
Imam-Ul-Haq brings up his fourth ODI fifty as Pakistan cross the 100-run mark. Pakistan looks steady in pursuit of their target.
Pakistan begin chase
Pakistan begins the chase. Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman walk to the crease. They need 277 runs to win the first ODI.
RSA post 266/2
South Africa set a target of 267 for Pakistan after Hashim Amla slams century and van der Dussen makes 93 on debut.
RSA: 266/2 (50 overs)
Hasim Amla- 108 (120) [4s-7; 6s-1]
Miller- 16 (12) [4s-2]
Hasan Ali [10-2-42-1]
Shadab Khan [10-0-41-1]
49.6 – 4 runs
49.5 – no run
49.4 – 1 run
49.3 – 2 runs
49.2 – no run
49.1 – no run
Faheem Ashraf [9.0-0-57-0] is back into the attack
Last over to be bowled
RSA: 259/2 (49 overs)
Hasim Amla- 105 (116)
Miller- 12 (10)
100 up for Hashim Amla, well played innings
David Miller, left handed bat, comes to crease
OUT: Dussen out Caught by Sohaib Malik, bowled by Hasan Ali
Dussen- 93(101) [4s-6; 6s-3]
150 (164) partnership for Amla and Dussen
RSA: 232/1 (45 overs)
Hasim Amla- 93 (106) [4s-7]
Dussen- 90 (97) [4s-6; 6s-3]
200 up for South Africa after 41.5 overs
Amla- 86 (99) Dussen- 66(86)
RSA: 190/1 (40 overs)
Hasim Amla- 80 (94)
Dussen- 61 (79)
50 up for Dussen after 36.2 overs
RSA: 136/1 (30 overs)
Hashim Amla- 62 (71)
van der Dussen- 27 (42)
Dussen challenges the umpire’s call of a caught behind
The decision by the umpire has been overturned in South Africa’s favour
50-run partnership for Amla-Dussen after facing 62 deliveries
RSA: 120/1 (26 overs)
Hashim Amla: 55(60)
Hashim Amla scored his 37th half-century after facing 52 balls
100 up for South Africa after 22.1 overs
At the end of over 18, South Africa 83/1
Rassie van der Dussen, right-handed bat, comes to the crease
Over 17.4, Shadab Khan to Hendricks, out Caught by Hasan Ali
Hendricks- 45(67); [4s- 5]
Reeza Hendricks: 34(44); Hashim Amla: 28(28)
After 12 overs, South Africa is 62-0
At the end of over 6, South Africa is 27/0
Hashim Amla and Reeza Hendrick are opening the innings while Faheem Ashraf will bowl the first over.
South Africa have won the toss and decided to bat first against Pakistan in the first game of the five-match One-day International (ODI) series.
After white-washing Pakistan by 3-0 in the Test Series, the host South African cricket team are ready to take on the visitors in the limited over series. While Pakistan who got embarrassing defeat in the Test series will seek for redemption in the first ODI match on Saturday, at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
For South Africa team, in Steyn’s absence, Duanne Olivier, who scalped 34 wickets in the Test series, is expected to make his ODI debut while Heinrich Klaasen will be an automatic replacement for De Kock. While Pakistan team have their task cut out and it remains to be seen if they include Imam ul Haq and Mohammed Amir in playing XI or not.
When and where will the South Africa Vs Pakistan, 1st ODI take place?
South Africa vs Pakistan, 1st ODI match will start at 04:30 PM IST on January 19 at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth. The toss will take place half an hour before match starts, at 04:00 PM IST.
Which channel will telecast South Africa Vs Pakistan, 1st ODI match?
South Africa vs Pakistan, 1st ODI match will be broadcasted on Sony ESPN/HD.
How to Watch the live streaming of the South Africa Vs Pakistan, 1st ODI online?
The live online streaming of South Africa Vs Pakistan, 1st ODI will be available in India on Sony Liv web with the subscription, while the game can be streamed for free on mobile app of Sony Liv and Jio TV.
South Africa: Hashim Amla, Aiden Markram, Faf du Plessis (Captain), David Miller, Reeza Hendricks, Rassie van der Dussen, Heinrich Klaasen (Wicket-keeper), Imran Tahir, Kagiso Rabada, Andile Phehlukwayo, Tabraiz Shamsi, Duanne Olivier, Dane Paterson, Dwaine Pretorius
Pakistan: Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfaraz Ahmed (Captain/Wicket-keeper), Mohammad Rizwan, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Shadab Khan, Shan Masood, Usman Khan, Hussain Talat, Faheem Ashraf, Shaheen Afridi